19 Naughty III [Explicit Lyrics]

Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Steve Huey
Despite an excellent debut album, Naughty by Nature was pegged as a one-hit wonder by some observers -- after all, they'd never duplicate the inescapably catchy "O.P.P.," would they? 19 Naughty III's lead single, "Hip Hop Hooray," proved that they could, and the album confirmed that Naughty by Nature were indeed highly underrated in terms of consistency. It's a shade less consistent than the debut, but has all the same strengths: head-nodding beats, Treach's bouncy flow, and a difficult balance between street attitude and accessibility. Naughty by Nature clearly comes from the streets, and have all the aggression of the streets, but they don't glamorize the streets; sure, ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Steve Huey
Despite an excellent debut album, Naughty by Nature was pegged as a one-hit wonder by some observers -- after all, they'd never duplicate the inescapably catchy "O.P.P.," would they? 19 Naughty III's lead single, "Hip Hop Hooray," proved that they could, and the album confirmed that Naughty by Nature were indeed highly underrated in terms of consistency. It's a shade less consistent than the debut, but has all the same strengths: head-nodding beats, Treach's bouncy flow, and a difficult balance between street attitude and accessibility. Naughty by Nature clearly comes from the streets, and have all the aggression of the streets, but they don't glamorize the streets; sure, they'll take care of themselves in a harsh environment, but ultimately they prefer to steer clear of trouble, cops, and jail. It's a refreshingly grounded and realistic perspective, best heard on "Daddy Was a Street Corner," "The Hood Comes First," and "The Only Ones." There are also energized guest appearances from Heavy D "Ready for Dem" and Queen Latifah "Sleeping on Jersey". Kay Gee again shows himself a sorely underappreciated producer, with one foot in the clubs and the other one on the street corner, and that's true of the group as a whole. A few slower moments don't prevent 19 Naughty III from ranking as Naughty by Nature's second straight triumph.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/5/2008
  • Label: Amalgam Digital
  • UPC: 894280002010
  • Catalog Number: 801

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Naughty by Nature Primary Artist, Primary Artist
118th St. Posse Background Vocals
Ben Alder Background Vocals
David Bellochio Keyboards
Yossi Fein Bass
Dream Hampton Background Vocals
Lynne Scott Background Vocals
Benny Adler Background Vocals
Lynn M. Scott Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Naughty by Nature Composer, Producer, Executive Producer
Anthony Criss Composer
Kaygee Gist Composer
Queen Latifah Executive Producer
Benny Medina Executive Producer
Angela Piva Engineer
S.I.D. Reynolds Producer
Sha-Kim Executive Producer
Erwin Gorostiza Art Direction
Mark Weinberg Logo
Vinnie Brown Composer
Sharon Kim Executive Producer
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